17 July 2012 16:35 | By AFP Relaxnews
Ten places forever associated with James Bond

Fort Knox in the US, recreated at Pinewood Studios



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Since 1962 and the release of Dr. No, 007 hasn't ceased to travel to the four corners of the Earth, or even beyond in Moonraker (1979). To celebrate the saga's 50 years on the big screen, Relaxnews has chosen ten places that have been visited by the secret agent in all his incarnations, from Sean Connery to Daniel Craig.

Fort Knox in the US, recreated at Pinewood Studios(pictured above)
seen in 'Goldfinger' (1964)

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